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Not very lady like if you ask me ...

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Post #1, Feb 18, 2007 21:38:40


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Good shots :) - always nice to see some sky in a macro.
Looks like a harlequin ladybird.
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excellent detail - you signature suggests 100mm macro is an EFS lens, surely not.

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Very Nice macro, great details captured

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Great shots, good focus and dof, always tricky with Ladybirds.
Not a lady at all when they start munching on aphids, although some are vegi I think.

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Thanks for the comments. It always amazes me how different bugs look this close!

BTW - Thanks for pointing out the signature flaw, not sure what I was thinking.

Post #6, Feb 20, 2007 19:34:25


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